Shanghai Students Discuss Global Entry Points

Framing the Global Fellow Sean Metzger is teaching at Fudan University as part of a University of California-Fudan exchange this fall. In his class ‘Debating Globalization‘ Metzger is asking his students…

Ebola in Liberia

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States says 4,033 people have died in the latest outbreak of Ebola. There have been a total of 8,400 cases…

Global Labor As Precariat

American streets were recently filled with fast food workers marching for a living wage. The Service Employees International Union launched the “Fight for $15” in 2012 to organize fast food…

East China Sea — “Fearsome Situation”

International attention has been trained on Iraq, Syria, and Ukraine the last several months — where conflicts rage over land. One expert suggests people should be paying more attention to…

Water — A Human Right?

Next year the United Nations’s ‘Water for Life’ initiative ends. 2005-2015 was labeled by the agency the ‘International Decade for Action Water for Life‘ and in 2010 the United Nations…

Teaching A Class On Global Issues?

We’ve got some recommendations. As  you prep for classes on international or global issues for the coming school year, we thought we’d share some books and readings we’ve found useful…

World Cup 2014: Perspectives On A Global Game

Group play in the 2014 FIFA World Cup is almost over with perennial powerhouse Spain eliminated early as well as the British national team. Host country Brazil has won its…

Exploring Global Issues In World Regions

Educators, administrators, and scholars came together on the campus of Indiana University recently to discuss pressing global issues. The Global Mini-Conference is an annual event connected to the Institute for…